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Christopher Wise is a professor of English at Western Washington University.

Kaveh Askari, associate professor of English at Western Washington University, will give a lecture titled “Inventing Art Cinema: From the Museum to the Screen” at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, April 17 in the Bellingham City Council Chambers, 210 Lottie St., in Bellingham.

The free,…

The latest issue of "Quarter After Eight: A Journal of Innovative Writing" features English department senior instructor Lee Gulyas writing about English department professor Brenda Miller, as well as Gulyas' essay “Mirage” and Miller's essay "In Praise of the…

Brenda Miller’s essay “‘Lions and Tigers and Bears, Oh My!’: Courage and Creative Nonfiction” has been published in the collection "Bending Genre: Essays on Creative Nonfiction."

Kate Trueblood’s award-winning short story “Fuck You! Till Next Christmas” has just been published in "The Los Angeles Review."

Also, Trueblood’s essay “The View From the Bluff: The Port Townsend Writers’ Conference” has just appeared in…

Carol Guess’s lyrical novella "F IN" has been published by Noctuary Press. Guess is a professor of English at Western Washington University.

Oliver de la Paz’s poems “Nocturne with a Body Beside a Hive,” “Nocturne with the Mummified Remains of a Girl,” “Pulled from a Bog”and “Nocturne with a Forensic Reconstruction of a Face” and Brenda Miller’s essay “Dress Code…

Christopher Patton’s poem “Pastoral” has been published in the latest issue of the "Colorado Review."

Patton is an instructor in the English Department at Western Washington University.

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